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Vol 1, No 1 (2019) FUNCTIONAL-LINGUISTIC PARAMETERS OF ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL DISCOURSE Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
D. S. Khramchenko
"... relations, pragmatic conventions and standardization, etiquette, functional differences between official ..."
 
Vol 2, No 1 (2020) The ‘meeting’ situation model in English professional communication Abstract  similar documents
S. P. Anokhina
"... of the present study is to reveal and systematize functional-pragmatic and cognitive features ..."
 
Vol 4, No 3 (2022) Fraseological Units in English Discourse of Mass Media: Functional-Linguistic Analysis Abstract  similar documents
O. P. Minaeva
"... and idiomatic vocabulary in the media, as well as the significant pragmatic potential and multifunctionality ..."
 
Vol 2, No 2 (2020) A pragmatic approach to the analysis of marketing adaptation to Russian national culture Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
A. N. Tikhomirova
"... of samples were analyzed, and two cases are presented in the paper. The pragmatic approach was used ..."
 
Vol 1, No 4 (2019) Academic authenticity of neuro-linguistic programming as a discursive practice Abstract  similar documents
Yu. V. Gilyasev
"... or mass worldview. After having exposed the author’s intentions one can state the pragmatic strategy ..."
 
Vol 4, No 3 (2022) Comic Language Means in the English-Language Comic Books Abstract  similar documents
K. A. Radyuk
"... The article is devoted to the study of language means used to create a pragmatic effect of humour ..."
 
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